Contribute to our State of Open Source survey

Tell us how you use Open Source testing tools for your chance to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate

We're partial to open source tools here at Flood, and we have been using many of them internally to great success. Flood Element, our browser-based load testing tool based on Puppeteer, is open source because we believe strongly in contributing to the community.

But enough about us—what about you?

Tricentis Flood State Of Open Source Testing

We want to hear from YOU about the type of open source tools you're using and the most significant challenges you're facing in the adoption of open source at your company. To that end, we've joined forces with some friends that we know are just as passionate about open source as we are. In cooperation with TestProject and SpecFlow, we've compiled a short survey about the State of Open Source.

The survey is about 15 minutes long and includes questions about load testing, behavior-driven development, and functional testing, but you can skip the questions that don't apply to you. At the end of this project, we will compile a full State of Open Source report on open source trends we've been able to highlight thanks to your input.

Start the survey

By submitting your answers, you're helping the open source community and entering yourself in a raffle to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. You have until April 24th to submit your survey, and we'll randomly pick five winners.

Thanks for your help, and may the odds be ever in your favor!

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